Translation of ship in Spanish:
- a sailing shipa passenger shipun veleroa container shipun barco or un buque de pasajeroson board ship to abandon shipun buque portacontenedoresa ship of the line [archaic]abandonar el barcothe ship's companyun buque de guerrathe ship's doctorla tripulaciónlike ships that pass in the nightel médico de a bordoto run a tight shipcomo extrañoswhen my ship comes in o homeser muy eficientecuando me toque la lotería
transitive verb -pp-
- 1 1.1 (send by sea)I'm having my trunk shipped outenviar or mandar por barco1.2 (send) we ship goods anywhere in the countryvoy a mandar el baúl por barcoenviamos or despachamos mercancías a cualquier parte del paísExample sentences
- The construction company is shipping the goods to the town and is asking its customers to help with the appeal for goods and building materials.
- When we speak of trade, we usually think of goods being shipped across borders.
- For the same reasons, many U.S. online merchants, particularly smaller companies, do not currently ship goods to Canada.
- Of course, we'll cut their benefits, combat pay and make it difficult to ship their goods home from their overseas postings.
- Trade goods were shipped from French Atlantic ports to Quebec, then to Montreal, to be sold to small companies of traders licensed to deal with Native suppliers in the interior.
- If all else fails, the mafia hijack transports of cigarettes and alcohol and then ship the stolen goods into Britain.
intransitive verb -pp-
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